Manufacturing Engineer (460640)

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##### Job Summary
The manufacturing engineer is responsible for providing manufacturing engineering services to support efficient manufacturing processes. Engineering services may include cell management, process development, project management, process validation, tool design, and trouble shooting.
##### Principal Duties and Responsibilities
Maintaining and improving controlled technical documents such as prints, procedures, bill of materials and routers.
Supporting a wide variety of processing applications such as machining, finishing, forging, casting, cleaning, heat treating, bonding, molding, etc.
Conducting feasibility study to estimate product cost and analyze capital equipment, capacity, and capability requirements.
Improving process methods which meet performance and quality requirements.
Executing to project plans and schedules for work activities.
Communicate (written and verbal) with appropriate personnel from other departments.
##### Expected Areas of Competence
Familiarity with geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T;)
Ability to balance quality, compliance and safety to meet customer requirements
Ability to handle and prioritize multiple medium complexity project assignments and complete work in a timely manner
Good problem solving skills through the use of quality and statistical tools
Ability to effectively work within a cross-functional team to complete critical project tasks
Demonstrates good written and verbal communication skills
Microsoft Office Suite and Project
##### Education/Experience Requirements
B.S. in mechanical, industrial engineering or other engineering science.
0-3 years of experience in an engineering role.
##### Travel Requirements
Up to 10%
##### Additional Information
EOE M/F/Vet/Disability
Requisition Number: AMER02710
Employment Type: Full-time
Location: Warsaw

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